Trains stories, books, poems, and more

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A song lyric about the great locomotive chase of the General and the Texas during the Civil War Read More
On a Train home.. Read More

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Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Memoirs of a country life. My painting "Cherokee Lake" Read More
Flash Fiction Summer 2019 Contest entry, inspired by the photo of a man getting on a train. Read More

Tags: choices, trains, paths

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Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

REAL LIFE - SUPERNATURAL One more love story before bedtime! Tunnel by Mohamed Nuzrath at Pixabay Read More

Tags: chasing, trains

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"This has to be one of my favorites, HJ. I thought it was obsessions -- what with trains and cars -- but you made it in to something so much more..." Read More

Reads: 226

Comments: 1

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Listening to the train's lonesome whistle bringing back memories of days gone by. Read More

Reads: 376

Comments: 4

Shelves: 2

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The Underground is a crowded and confusing place for those not used to it. Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took a wrong turn? One passenger takes a wild journey into the unknown. Read More
its really not a humor, its realistic fiction Read More

Tags: kids, trains

I thought I'd never see my missing daughter again, recently however, she saved my life. Read More
An experimental short story about self esteem. Read More
The story of A Flat Head Indian Family From The Beginning To Present Day Read More
I was on a train going to Arizona to visit my sister and her kids. A stranger asked if he could seat beside me I said sure. we began to talk about the Bible. And he asked me do you recall the day you fell to your knees begged… Read More

Tags: god, trains

A story of someone braking free of poverty,and life karma. Read More

Tags: freedom, trains

Hello there; My name is Christopher Winton Morgan, or Mr Morgan for short. For those of you who don’t know, i am one of the many owners of British Railways, and one of my many jobs is to make sure that all trains are running to schedule without delay. Through… Read More
throughout my life i have been fascinated by trains, and have dreams of working for the railroad some day, and traveling across the u.s. by train. i was inspired to write this poem as i was going to sleep at my uncle's house in chattanooga, and i could hear the… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 22, 2015

taken from my book, "In The Sand Traps Of Desire" Read More
A short observation on a commute at Manchester Victoria train station a few years ago. I liked how I was with such a diverse group of people, from different backgrounds, cultures, religions etc. yet we all had one common end of being on the same train. Read More

Short Story / Fantasy

April 26, 2015

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Comments: 3

The Imagination Station House

A brother and sister duo go on a journey to a world they never knew existed: Florawood. This is actually a writing piece that I had to write for school, but I'm actually very fond of it so I decided to post it here. Enjoy! Read More
Post apocalyptic archaeologists search for metal to keep up their supply Read More
It was about mid afternoon on a sunny August day; the Thorne family was laughing over a joke Peter just told. All of the sudden painted men,  riding on  pinto horses came charging through the towering grass towards the wagon. Jetta’s heart skipped a beat. What did these Indians want?… Read More

Tags: girl, boy, london, trains, steam

i thought id write a story based on the poem 'from a railway carriage' and linked it to the father off the railway children as he returns from prison. Please read and let me know what you think and what i could add! mike Read More
Think Beau and Luke, Daisy and Boss Hogg! Watch out. It's about to get ugly. Read More
A group of railroad workers and friends decide to steal a steam locomotive and hide it, in order to save it from the scrappers torch. Read More

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Comments: 13

The Booksie Classic House

Nasty night for a train trip. Read More

Tags: horror, trains

This is an essay written based on the three-word title which involves a man and a woman at a railway station whose life changed after a brief encounter. Read More
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